This bottle was inspired by the ‘bladder’ shaped wine bottles manufactured in England between about 1715 and 1740. The particular variant on which this limited edition bottle was based, with its narrow oval profile, is often described as having a ‘flat chestnut’ shape.
The wine is a skilfully blended Tawny Port, harmonious and balanced, with all the intensity and finesse derived from ageing in seasoned oak casks.
Graham's Fine Tawny Port Wine was born in the best vineyards located in the Upper Douro valley, is a lighter wine than Ruby since the ageing time is longer.
On the other hand, it is a slightly softer than Ruby and evolved wine.
It offers a nice fruity and dried fruit balance and it is matured in oak barrels for an average of three years, allowing the wine to come into contact with oxygen that freely permeates the barrels wood, thus meaning that the fruity youthful style remains but that it begins to acquire the persistence of an aged Tawny Port.
The palate is slightly dry, elegant and velvety.
Possesses an aroma of ripe fruit, nicely balanced with dried nuts notes.
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